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Topic - Nolbert Kunonga
Anglican bishops are receiving death threats, and one worshipper who refused to follow an excommunicated leader was killed, according to a document viewed by the Associated Press that the worldwide head of the Anglican church gave to the country's longtime ruler.
A breakaway Anglican bishop and his supporters demonstrated Sunday outside Harare's main cathedral against a visit by the worldwide head of the Anglican church to Zimbabwe.
Mr. Kunonga, who has denied the allegations against him, did not answer a phone call seeking comment Tuesday.
"This is a demonstration against homosexuality. I told people to come and demonstrate if they wanted," Mr. Kunonga said. "Rowan Williams erred by accepting homosexuality and that has broken up the church all over."